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Though it seems inevitable there will always be
of performance-enhancing substances in sport,
no reason we can't use that to the public's
Instead of trying to stamp it out altogether,
more to the weaker athletes so that everyone is
level as close as possible (a form of
performance handicapping, very similar to
Then the competition becomes a very close
rather than the lopsided affairs we see in all
sports, each year.
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||Nothing to do with classes. Everyone is doped according
to their previous performance record, the way racehorses
are penalised with weights.
||I'm sure it is. The fact it's prevalent and currently almost
impossible to trace led to me devising a method to drag
it out into the open and making it the basis of a
||Is that too difficult to grasp?
||Yep. It's either that or chuck a few bricks in their Lycra
||Not to mention that the steroids and other naughty
substances fed to cattle are subsequently metabolized by
said cattle, and thus do not enter the bloodstreams of
those who eat said cattle in turn.
||That would be the reason they're banned in many
||I thought it was due to belief that the denatured by-
products of those questionable substances will make
people sick in some unspecified manner, but I don't really
know because it's not an issue for me.